Believe your eyes and remember the past. Think of last year when the team, filled with contempt and dislike for their coach, quit on Wittman. Does this look at all similar? And what was Wittman trying to do? Install a system -- make his players play his way even if it did not fit their game. It is a classic mistake of overbearing first time coaches -- can you say "Brad Childress'? But in the case of Childress, Pat Williams and others stomped into his office and set him straight. In the case of Rambis and the man who hired him, no one has the authority to confront them with the same gravitas that Williams had in relation to Childress. So we get a team that quits, that hates its coach, that doesn't believe in or care about the great "system" that the coach doesn't seem to be able to run, and just want to get the hell out of Dodge and pray for a trade to another team.
People are ragging on Love, saying he should stop pouting. Have you ever had an a-hole of boss who made going to work miserable? Were you able to do your best?
Last thought: wasn't last year's team an almost joyful bunch when McHale put in a system where the coaching took place in practices and during the games he just let players play? See much joy on the faces right now?
Last, last thought: if you manage to force a trade, KLove, will you take me with you? I, too, have had enough. And a lot of others have, too.